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Offline Bazzaar

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Jupiter 15-03-2017
« on: 23:10:23, 16 March, 2017 »
Hi all
Finally! some good conditions to try out some new planetary imaging gear.
Using the Tal 200k on iOptron iEQ45 pro,
Cam is a QHY 5 III 174 mono, ZWO ADC, Altair Astro x3 barlow, QHY RGB filters.

Each run was 2000 frames of RGB at 45 fps captured with Sharpcap, stacking and wavelets in R6, final RGB compose and tweaking in Gimp 2.9.

Baz
Tal 200k, SW 200P, iOptron iEQ45 pro, HEQ5 pro, QHY5III174m, QHY5L II mono, Samsung SBC 2001, SharpSky focuser, Zwo ADC,  Celestron 15x70 bins,

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Re: Jupiter 15-03-2017
« Reply #1 on: 23:15:22, 16 March, 2017 »
Nice!  :clap:

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Re: Jupiter 15-03-2017
« Reply #2 on: 19:36:59, 17 March, 2017 »
Hi Bez,
Excellent images! Personally I prefer the 1st one. Well done


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Scopes: SW 150P Newt, ST80, Celestron C8 XLT, TAL 100RS / PST Stage 2 Mod & BF10, SW 300PDS (soon to be on a Dob Mount)
Cameras: SPC900, QHY5, Canon 450D, DMK31AU03.AS
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Re: Jupiter 15-03-2017
« Reply #3 on: 21:10:43, 17 March, 2017 »
Thanks guys,
I've reprocessed the second one using the x2 drizzle feature in R6
Also here is one taken with the planet killer filter.

Cheers

Baz
Tal 200k, SW 200P, iOptron iEQ45 pro, HEQ5 pro, QHY5III174m, QHY5L II mono, Samsung SBC 2001, SharpSky focuser, Zwo ADC,  Celestron 15x70 bins,

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Re: Jupiter 15-03-2017
« Reply #4 on: 21:16:12, 17 March, 2017 »
Wow!
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Re: Jupiter 15-03-2017
« Reply #5 on: 18:18:51, 04 April, 2017 »
Outstanding colour!  How do you find the ZWO ADC to use?
Dean

Scopes: Celestron 235mm (9.25”) EHD SCT; and 203mm SCT
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Cameras: Celestron Nightscape 10100 OSC Camera; Skyris 618C Camera with IR filter and Luminos 2.5x Barlow
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Software: SGP; PHD2; MaximDL; FocusMax; SkyX; iCAP; PixInsight; Photoshop; Registax

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Re: Jupiter 15-03-2017
« Reply #6 on: 20:12:55, 04 April, 2017 »
Thanks Dean,
the ADC does cause me one problem, I haven't worked out a way to set it with a mono camera.
So I have to set it up visually and then change to the camera. Or get a colour camera just for the set up stage. Maybe doesnt sound a great deal but in the dark with cold fingers simple tasks are made trickier, and then you have to refocus.
Some people say you dont need an ADC if you capture in RGB, but I suspect with Saturn only managing 15 degrees elevation for the next few years, and the other planets not being a lot better either, it will make a difference.

Baz
Tal 200k, SW 200P, iOptron iEQ45 pro, HEQ5 pro, QHY5III174m, QHY5L II mono, Samsung SBC 2001, SharpSky focuser, Zwo ADC,  Celestron 15x70 bins,

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Re: Jupiter 15-03-2017
« Reply #7 on: 21:21:17, 04 April, 2017 »
Very nice indeed!

Annie

 

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